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Virginia Tech killer hated rich kids, but …

April 19, 2007

Hey, isn’t that a sport-utility vehicle Cho Seung-Hui is driving around between killings? Those aren’t very cheap last time I checked.

Cho in SUV between killings 2 (AP/NBC News)

Cho in SUV between killings (AP/NBC News)

His diatribe aired by NBC News yesterday bashed the wealthy as a cause for his killing:

You have vandalized my heart, raped my soul and torched my conscience. You thought it was one pathetic boy’s life you were extinguishing. Thanks to you, I die like Jesus Christ, to inspire generations of the weak and the defenseless people. …

You had everything you wanted. Your Mercedes wasn’t enough, you brats. Your golden necklaces weren’t enough, you snobs. Your trust fund wasn’t enough. Your vodka and Cognac weren’t enough. All your debaucheries weren’t enough. Those weren’t enough to fulfill your hedonistic needs. You had everything.

Yet he has an SUV to tool around with between shootings?

Sounds like a hypocrite to me! And a sick one too!

Thanks to Stu of the Glenn Beck Program for pointing out that fact.

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2 Comments
  1. April 19, 2007 10:13 am

    It always amazes me how quickly we are to “bash” this young man “Cho” for killing all those innocent people, when the reality is that while he expressed his anger against the “rich”, it is obvious that Cho had been crying out for help long before this tragedy occured. Apparently no one paid any real attention to his cry for help. There was no one to rescue those students and Professors who were senselessly killed, and the matter of it all— there was no one to rescue Cho from his rage despite his WARNINGS. I am asking the world to have compassion for this young man, and now for his family. You think parents and family members of those who were killed are hurting, how do you think Cho’s parents feel knowing that it was their son who did this horrific crime? I’ll tell you as painful as it is to have your child murdered, the pain cannot be compared to that of the pain, shame, guilt, horror that the mother and father of Cho feel. I’d rather be a parent of one who was killed and not Cho’s parents. I pray for their sanity and healing.

    May God bless all those parents/family/friends of all the innocent people killed in Virg. Tech. with strength and understanding. Through the years we’ve come to understand why people commit the horrific crimes that they do. Psychology explains the unimaginable. Who can explain how Cho went for years living in pain and anger and no one came to his rescue………as a result Cho made sure the whole would stand to listen to his cry of desperation…….sadly it is too late. LET US LEARN FROM THIS TRAGEDY AND IF THERE IS A “CHO” IN YOUR COLLEGE, SCHOOL, NEIGHBORHOOD, WORKPLACE, CHURCH, LET US PAY ATTENTION BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

  2. April 19, 2007 10:17 pm

    NBC created this monster and they are trying to create another one by playing his propaganda video over and over. All the victims’ families should join together in a CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT against NBC for wrongful death. You don’t believe it? Well, why did he sent his garbage to NBC? He knew that his propaganda would be shown by them because all he was really doing was mimicking their propaganda anyway. The Left says all us crackers deserve to die for what some moronic morons who lived 200 years ago did, and this guy just took that stupidity to it’s illogical conclusion. NBC is Cho’s father and ABC is his mother, and they are proud of their bastard child. Just turn on the TV and you can see their pride and joy.

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